Best psychogeography podcasts we could find (Updated November 2017)
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South London Hardcore - Hold Fast Network
 
A weekly transpontine podcast by Steve Walsh and Jack McInroy. Exploring South London culture. It's the livin' lick.
 
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ZenGlop The Podcast
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Conversations with an aesthetic alien. A podcast about music, poetry and psychogeography.
 
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The Family Room Podcast
 
Serena Galleshaw is a sustainable community advocate, a member of the Envision Berwick Committee, and former Director of Seacoast Local. We discussed fruit, food sourcing, living where you grew up, the conservation and redevelopment of Prime Tanning in Berwick, psychogeography, and Wonder Woman...among other things. Thanks for listening - enjoy!…
 
Iain Sinclair is a writer and psychogeographer whose output over the last fifty years has made an immense contribution to the study of London and that of psychogeography in general. His most well-known book, London Orbital, told of his adventures walking around the M25 – the 188km motorway which encircles London. Now as he prepares to publish h ...…
 
A poet and a fiction writer meet at Émile Nelligan's grave--figuratively, of course. Or is it literally? Kelly, whose recent poetry collection draws on Irish and French landscape and psychogeography, and Yiwei, whose latest novel was banned in his country of origin, talk about the writers that haunt them, and the writers they haunt. Also discus ...…
 
00:03:20 - Roger Farr reads “Understanding Understanding Television” a poem about television, “Transitional Demands” a poem that looks at the different syntactical ways “The People” appear via web search, and ends with a long poem based on a psycho-geography mapping of Vancouver. 00:32:21 - Charlotte Zhang reads her own “Untitled” short story. ...…
 
I've crammed three people into the show this week because it's harder for Them to get you when you're in a group, right? Right. Josh T Jordan, Banana Chan and Todd Crapper are all here to talk about The Imposters, an anthology of games about conspiracies, werewolves, psychogeography, intelligence agencies, and aliens on YouTube. I'm...I'm reall ...…
 
Welcome to Amy Alkon's HumanLab: The Science Between Us, interviewing the luminaries of behavioral science. This week's very exciting show is on a subject that has a great deal of influence over us -- our environment -- that we tend to give very little thought. Luckily, cognitive neuroscientist Dr. Colin Ellard has done the work and thinking fo ...…
 
S1, Ep4.In this episode:Brewing in Penge with Southey BreweryMicropubs on the 51 bus routeEternal damnationA train to GlasgowBasic IncomeBowie: ‘My closeness to David’Psychogeography - what is it and what do you need to do it?Gravesend, Isle of Sheppey and ShuntPub and beer newsElephant & Castle Shopping CentreKempton ParkHollyweed DryanuaryTry ...…
 
On this ******** rated episode of PTBN Clotheslines & Headlines, Steve Wille, Nate Milton, Glenn Butler and a series of special guests run through the latest in the world of wrestling! The following topics were discussed in this episode: HeadlinesTNA! Dixie Carter! Anthem Sports! Jeff Jarrett! New Japan: Chad CampbellWrestle Kingdom 11 RecapThe ...…
 
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Geek Diaspora Conversations - Geek Diaspora
 
Art by Ajuan Mance On November 2nd, 2016 I had the great fortune to speak with Ajuan Mance, the artist of 1001 Black Men and other works, which you can find here. We had a far reaching conversation that touched on representation, representation of the other psychogeography, the comic form, and identity. After Aaron Grizzell's introduction, ther ...…
 
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Counter Esperanto Podcast: Tangents About Twin Peaks
 
As promised, this week we take out our microscopes to examine things as they are, and as they might be. Jubel examines Weirdness as a literary and cultural phenomenon while Karl goes and gets himself lost in the woods... and the mountains, the high plateaus, the river-bottoms, the deserts and mysteries of upper air. No joke, Washington is the o ...…
 
Episode 8 A winter chat about all things Folk Horror with writer and film-maker Adam Scovell. Adam is the author of Folk Horror Hours Dreadful and Things Strange. We talk Super 8, psychogeography, Wicker Man and dodgy cinema chairs.
 
I talk about the unintended poetry and psychogeographic presence of water towers in Pittsburgh. I also read out loud for the very first time, a poem I wrote several years ago, Johnny Cash in Peterborough.Show notes and links at http://www.zenglop.net/zenglop/podcast.html
 
Clare Balding walks in Suffolk with the writer Geoff Nicholson. They talk of the history of walking, of flaneurs, pedestrianism and psychogeography. Geoff has delighted in walking all his life; from the daily walk to school,to trips with his father to the Peak District to the rambles he now takes around his new home of Los Angeles. He explains ...…
 
Clare Balding walks in Suffolk with the writer Geoff Nicholson. They talk of the history of walking, of flaneurs, pedestrianism and psychogeography. Geoff has delighted in walking all his life; from the daily walk to school,to trips with his father to the Peak District to the rambles he now takes around his new home of Los Angeles. He explains ...…
 
Clare Balding walks in Suffolk with the writer Geoff Nicholson. They talk of the history of walking, of flaneurs, pedestrianism and psychogeography. Geoff has delighted in walking all his life; from the daily walk to school,to trips with his father to the Peak District to the rambles he now takes around his new home of Los Angeles. He explains ...…
 
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CIIS Public Programs & Performances
 
One of the early organizers of Burning Man, Stuart Mangrum, discusses the psychogeography of the festival.
 
The flaneur – an almost invariably male idler dawdling through city streets with no apparent purpose in mind – is familiar to us from the works of Baudelaire, Benjamin and Edmund White. In a glorious blend of memoir, cultural history and psychogeography, Lauren Elkin investigates the little-considered female equivalent, from George Sand to Agne ...…
 
This podcast was recorded on Thursday 19 May 2016 and features our doctoral researcher Roz Austin (Department of Geography and Centre for Medical Humanities, Durham University) on ‘Voice-hearing and Spatialities of the Emotions’.Abstract: As Kingsbury and Pile (2014: 31) note, ‘psychoanalytic understandings of the unconscious, transference, the ...…
 
Our friends Standard Planets recently issued a super-limited lust object – a collaborative EP with psychogeography icon Iain Sinclair, individually signed and each with handwritten postcards by Iain and three art prints. The EP is called Overground. We asked the band if they could do a guest mix themed around the London-observing EP. This is wh ...…
 
Our friends Standard Planets recently issued a super-limited lust object – a collaborative EP with psychogeography icon Iain Sinclair, individually signed and each with handwritten postcards by Iain and three art prints. The EP is called Overground. We asked the band if they could do a guest mix themed around the London-observing EP. This is wh ...…
 
Welcome to Amy Alkon's HumanLab: The Science Between Us, interviewing the luminaries of behavioral science. This week's very exciting show is on a subject that has a great deal of influence over us -- our environment -- that we tend to give very little thought. Luckily, cognitive neuroscientist Colin Ellard has done the work and thinking for us ...…
 
April 27, 2016--Jean-Marie Apostolidès, professor of French at Stanford, on Guy Debord and the Situationist movement.
 
April 27, 2016--Jean-Marie Apostolidès, professor of French at Stanford, on Guy Debord and the Situationist movement.
 
April 27, 2016--Jean-Marie Apostolidès, professor of French at Stanford, on Guy Debord and the Situationist movement.
 
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What Should I Read Next?: Book Talk | Reading Recommendations | Literary Matchmaking
 
In this episode Anne chats with Cara Strickland, a writer, food critic, and anxious cook who lives in the Pacific Northwest. This episode covers a lot of ground: Anne and Cara discuss singleness, sense of place, British chick lit, book boundaries, and of course, what Cara should read next. Connect with Cara on her blog, facebook, and twitter. B ...…
 
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What Should I Read Next?: Book Talk | Reading Recommendations | Literary Matchmaking
 
In this episode Anne chats with Cara Strickland, a writer, food critic, and anxious cook who lives in the Pacific Northwest. This episode covers a lot of ground: Anne and Cara discuss singleness, sense of place, British chick lit, book boundaries, and of course, what Cara should read next. Click over to the podcast website for the full list of ...…
 
Kicking off Season 2 we were joined by psychgeographer, writer, game producer, bicycle and MURDER TREE aficionado Hannah Nicklin. We cover a lot of ground. Hannah is fascinating, and tells us about her work with performance theatre, how to question your satire intake, and of course we talk plenty about her brilliant writing on and study of the ...…
 
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Hong Kong Writers Circle Podcast
 
Hong Kong Writers Circle podcast Episode 9: Writing About the City SCC Overton reflects on the issues of writing about a city and reads from some authors who have done this successfully. Timings 00:00 - Introduction - Manhattan - Dickens08:00 - City as character cliche - Henry Miller in New York11:00 - Interlude: Old City Walls by Salt Water Me ...…
 
In this bumper episode, we talk to The Secret Sun’s Christopher Knowles about the Nine, Esalen, elite belief systems, alien cargo cults, Star Trek, tarot, psychogeography and what may or may not be coming down the pipe in 2016. Show notes: Chris’s blog: http://secretsun.blogspot.co.uk/ ‘Burn Witch Burn’, the film Chris references: https://youtu ...…
 
For six years, Emily Chappell was a cycle courier in London, living that dream of cycling-as-livelihood, and she's now written a book about her life. Of course it focuses on that courier lifestyle, but it weaves in so much more - stories about living in the city, romance and heartbreak, psychogeography, love of cycling, and addressing that glam ...…
 
Welcome to Amy Alkon's HumanLab: The Science Between Us, interviewing the luminaries of behavioral science. This week's very exciting show is on a subject that has a great deal of influence over us -- our environment -- that we tend to give very little thought. Luckily, cognitive neuroscientist Colin Ellard has done the work and thinking for us ...…
 
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Anthony Metivier's Magnetic Memory Method Podcast
 
How Would You Like A Quote That Will Change Your Life – And Your Memory – For The Better? If the answer is yes, then pay attention to every word of this quote and my commentary on it. But prepare yourself … This quote may well contain the most important set of thoughts you will ever read. “To young writers I give only two secrets that really ex ...…
 
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Anthony Metivier's Magnetic Memory Method Podcast
 
How Would You Like A Quote That Will Change Your Life – And Your Memory – For The Better? If the answer is yes, then pay attention to every word of this quote and my commentary on it. But prepare yourself … This quote may well contain the most important set of thoughts you will ever read. “To young writers I give only two secrets that really ex ...…
 
Libby Purves meets children's writer Julia Donaldson; author Iain Sinclair; QC Gary Bell and journalist and food writer Michael Booth.Michael Booth is a travel and food writer who became something of a a cultural phenomenon in Japan after his book Sushi and Beyond became a bestseller. The book, which traces his culinary journey across Japan, wa ...…
 
Libby Purves meets children's writer Julia Donaldson; author Iain Sinclair; QC Gary Bell and journalist and food writer Michael Booth.Michael Booth is a travel and food writer who became something of a a cultural phenomenon in Japan after his book Sushi and Beyond became a bestseller. The book, which traces his culinary journey across Japan, wa ...…
 
Libby Purves meets children's writer Julia Donaldson; author Iain Sinclair; QC Gary Bell and journalist and food writer Michael Booth.Michael Booth is a travel and food writer who became something of a a cultural phenomenon in Japan after his book Sushi and Beyond became a bestseller. The book, which traces his culinary journey across Japan, wa ...…
 
Another excellent conversation with Kamalashila in our occasional series from West London, where we celebrate the opening of their incredibly impressive new Buddhist Centre. But first we touch on all things liminal in our ongoing exchanges about landscape - particularly, in this case, the "gonzo psychogeography" of London and its subterranean r ...…
 
Professor Michael Burke and Dr Sebastian Groes give the second Unconscious Memory talk. Chaired by: Dr Ben Morgan (Worcester, Oxford) Professor Michael Burke (Utrecht): 'Implicit Memory in Literary Discourse Processing' Michael Burke, Professor of Rhetoric at Utrecht University, explores the role of implicit memory during acts of literary readi ...…
 
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TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities
 
Professor Michael Burke and Dr Sebastian Groes Chaired by: Dr Ben Morgan (Worcester, Oxford)Professor Michael Burke (Utrecht): 'Implicit Memory in Literary Discourse Processing'Michael Burke, Professor of Rhetoric at Utrecht University, explores the role of implicit memory during acts of literary reading. Drawing on his theory of the literary r ...…
 
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TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities
 
Professor Michael Burke and Dr Sebastian Groes Chaired by: Dr Ben Morgan (Worcester, Oxford)Professor Michael Burke (Utrecht): 'Implicit Memory in Literary Discourse Processing'Michael Burke, Professor of Rhetoric at Utrecht University, explores the role of implicit memory during acts of literary reading. Drawing on his theory of the literary r ...…
 
In his second collaboration with landscape photographer Jason Orton, Ken Worpole – ‘for many years one of the shrewdest and sharpest observers of the English social landscape’ ('The Independent') – examines the shifting perspective of England’s landscape aesthetic in the latter half of the 20th century, away from the rural interior towards the ...…
 
Kurt Braunohler http://kurtbraunohler.tumblr.com/ is a smart, silly, hilarious man. His LOVE of Psychogeography gives him more information about Los Angeles than I've had in 15 years of living here. His new album is available for pre-order (with awesome trinkets) at http://www.killrockstars.com/howdoiland/www.allthingscomedy.com is the podcast ...…
 
So here's the new series. This could be a mini-series of six, or a mammoth, unending trip into the unknown, each week taking us closer to some kind of conversational nirvana. Or something like that anyway. In any case, once we know what's going on with the schedule at Resonance going forward, we'll let you know by putting it up here, or somewhe ...…
 
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